Find out more about the life and work of one of the greatest unrecognised Pop artists of the twentieth century, Archie Brennan.
Edinburgh native Archie Brennan is regarded as the master of modern tapestry, and an influential Pop artist. From his beginnings as an apprentice at Dovecot Studios to weaving pop icons such as Muhammad Ali and Princess Diana, join curators Kate Grenyer (Dovecot Studios) and Lisa Mason (National Museums Scotland) as they chart Brennan’s fascinating life and career.
Exhibition Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop! from 26 March to 26 June 2021 at Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh.
Online talk & exhibition ticket: £12
Online talk only: £5
Exhibition co-curated with National Museums Scotland
Exhibition supported by the Dovecot Foundation and The Cordis Charitable Trust. This project has been partly funded through Art Happens, Art Fund’s crowd-funding platform.
Image: Archie Brennan, Muhammad Ali 1973